PNB HQ cleanliness drive
Despite his best efforts, maintaining dignity in a head attached to an unclean body wrapped in unclean garments was a battle that encouraged surrender." Dan Groat, Monarchs and Mendicants

PNB holds cleanliness
drive at Dwarka HQ

Swachhata Pakhwada 2019.

Swachtha should be adopted not only in office premises but also in our deeds : MD & CEO, PNB

"If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred." ― Walt Whitman


Driving to The Springs, Costa Rica Mr Sunil Mehta, MD & CEO, Punjab National Bank and other senior officials of the bank during cleanliness drive

"Reclaiming the sacred in our lives naturally brings us close once more to the wellsprings of poetry." ― Robert Bly


Thesynergyonline Banking Bureau

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 30 :
In line with the Govt of India campaign on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan – Swachhata Pakhwada 2019 a cleanliness drive was led by Mr Sunil Mehta, MD & CEO, Punjab National Bank at PNB Dwarka Headquarters. On the occasion Mr Agyey Kumar Azad Executive Director, PNB and several General Managers and other senior officials also participated in the cleanliness drive.

Swachhata Pakwada is an initiative envisioned by the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi for making Swachhata " Everyone's Business".

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Sunil Mehta addressed the members on the staff of the bank stating that each one of us must campaign intensively for awareness generation of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to create a cleaner environment.
He urged upon the participants to inculcate a culture of Swachtha ( Cleanliness) in our day to day life. Mr Mehta also pondered over the fact that Swachtha should be adopted not only in office premises but also in our deeds. It should be made a practice and be inculcated in our daily life.

Cleanliness realm of beauty
"All right. I suppose it's a measure of instability to feel such revulsion at dirty hands as to be unable to clean an oily mechanism by hand even in a emergency. Still, in the ordinary course of living, the revulsion keeps you clean, which is good." ― Isaac Asimov, The Naked Sun